Question about 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier
If the leak is a small crack in the radiator itself, you can likely seal it with JB Weld or a similar temperature-resistant epoxy. If it's a large crack, you're better off in the long run replacing the radiator. If it's a split hose, replace the hose - don't try and patch it since it's flexible and under vibration of the engine, you stand to find that the seal will likely fail and you'll start leaking again.
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